Somewhere between old-school dive and classic cocktail bar, this spot is a local favorite. The repurposed 1930's tin ceiling is vintage but not stale, the jukebox is filled with recent tracks, and the black leather bucket seats lining the bar are somewhat timeless. Detroit natives can treat themselves to house cocktails served in thrifty glassware while perusing the menu of classic Polish eats, or chatting with the ever-present power couple who founded the joint. As with the atmosphere, the fare consists of updated versions of reliable Polish staples -- things like Gouda-Dijon pierogis and kielbasa served over chipotle sweet potato puree -- along with a handful of standard bar snacks. Typically populated with a crowd of Detroit natives, Bumbo's is reliably affordable, low-key, and somehow still pretty chic.